Celtic have warned about the grave danger facing the fabric of Scottish football.
Most clubs haven’t played a competitive match since March 7, most full time players are on the furlough scheme with almost a third of players in the Premiership out of contract next month.
The lower three divisions have already been declared over with the decision on the Premiership to be announced by May 25 when UEFA will draw up plans for next season’s Champions League and Europa League.
The 2020/21 season league season is scheduled to start on the first weekend in August but that looks unlikely with the initial games almost certain to be played without any fans present.
Shortly after today’s EGM vote Celtic announced:
We now appeal to all clubs to look to the future in the knowledge that the threats which exist to the fabric of Scottish football are grave and unprecedented. All of our energies should be applied to planning for the return of the game in season 2020-21 and to the financial survival of all our clubs.
The SPFL recently met with the Scottish Government but no indication has been given over when football can resume.
Earlier today Celtic extended their season ticket deadline until the end of June but with four matches left on the current season a large number of fans are holding off on committing for the 2020/21 season.